A short story from Christie Suyanto of a girl who yearns for freedom from the restraints of the patriarchal world. Illustration by Daniel Caballero.
Sophie Clarke's poem provides a literal tribute to the old wives' tale that claims a swallowed apple pip will grow in your stomach. Illustration by Zoe Regoczy.
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A poem by Claire Booker, recalling a late-night walk with the moon through the back streets of London. Illustration by Mathieu Persan.
Set in Africa, Fabian Acker's story details an idiosyncratic relationship between two men from differing cultures. Illustration by Ann-Christine Voss.
A poem by Tyler Quick of love, loss and the incompleteness of continuing life's journey companionless. Illustration by Miranda Meeks.
A tranquil hot air balloon ride takes a tumultuous turn in this riveting short story by Pete King. Illustration by Marie Bergeron.
A nostalgic poem by Annette C. Boehm, taken from her debut poetry collection, The Knowledge Weapon, published by Bare Fiction.
An evening of box-fresh words and music at Pop Brixton in South London, featuring Max Porter, Colin Grant, Johny Pitts, and Lester Clayton.
A poem by Bethan Parker-Luscombe, providing a sweet snapshot from the halcyon days of an innocent youth. Illustration by Esra Røise.
Roisín O’Donnell's flash fiction piece explores the mystery, beauty and potential of an unborn child in the mother's imagination.
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Inspired by the weather and dreams, Ash Huntley's poem imagines the two intertwined, each telling the other’s story. Illustration by Phill Darlington.
Isobel Dixon's short yet powerful poem, taken from her latest collection entitled Bearings, laments the loss of her father.
Having discovered how to bottle time, an elderly man begins to reject the value of his own creation in Laura Gabrielle Feasey's short story.